She was met by a host of Ga chiefs, Priests and Queens amid pomp and pageantry with the asafo company chanting war songs with morale and vigour. Well wishers, admirers and some citizens could also be seen raining praises and beautiful appellations on her.
Moving from the airport, she passed through the Ga stool house at Jamestown, British Accra. There, she was received by the King of Accra, King Nii Tackie Teiko Tsuru II in a mini durbar with cultural displays and the performance of certain spiritual rites to welcome her back home.
Naa Dedei Omaedru II was enstooled as the Paramount Queen of Accra in 1963 and has reigned for 58 years. She left to New York in 2012, returned briefly in 2016 and left the same year due to her medical condition.
Her arrival is seen by many to be a step in the right direction in trying to bring back the lost glory of the Ga people like it was in the past brave days of yore.
Written by: Kommetey Tetteh
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